Original Signed Artwork: World War II Caricature titled ‘Jo Anne - Building Morale for the Navy’ dated 1943

This caricature is an original work of art that captures a particular moment in 20th Century history. It is titled `Jo Anne' and has a full body caricature sketch of a smiling young woman with an awe struck young sailor looking on and exclaiming `WOW.' The sketch appears to be done in grease pencils (a crayon-like medium) and is rendered mainly in black with some accents in blue, red and a pinkish-flesh tone. The art work is on heavy card stock or Manila vellum (the one dollar bill in the photo illustrates the size of the framed art). The artist signed his name near the bottom and although it is difficult to read, the name seems to be `Pauolio' over `43' for 1943. This artist apparently worked along Olvera Street in Los Angeles since there is a rubber stamped legend in the lower right hand corner that proclaims: `Souvenir of Olvera St., Los Angeles.

Jo Anne, the subject of the caricature seems to have one of the popular hair styles of the 1940s and is also wearing a very short skirt. And while one could construct a dozen stories to explain the meaning of the drawn scene, I'll leave it up to the buyer to determine what best fits this World War II memorabilia. The heavy stock paper that was used to draw on has vertical creases and less noticeable horizontal light folds probably from rolling the card stock and carrying it home after it was initially acquired. If per chance any one can identify the young lady, the artist or who may have framed this art work, please do drop me an email - thanks.

The drawing is professionally framed and ready to hang. The art work is sealed under glass and the paper backing on its reverse is in good condition with just a few paper fractures right along the edge of the back of the frame due to brittleness over time. . The wood frame itself is either bamboo or made to look like bamboo. It is painted red with black accents to add highlights. The backing paper on the reverse of the frame is stamp by the framer and it states: "From Eddins. Custom Picture Framing in the Plaza behind the Inwood Theatre, 5417 Inwood Plaza, Dixon 7845, Dallas, Texas." The 5 digit phone number starting with Dixon certainly suggests that this caricature was probably framed in the 1940s. A wonderful example of historical street art from 68 years ago that would attract attention and interest in most any setting. And who knows if the back of the card stock used by the artist may have been recycled since war rationing was in effect by 1943. Do not let this art work get away from you (place a purchase order soon, before it is too late). And as always, this WWII Jo Anne caricature also comes with my Docs Antiques `no fault' satisfaction guarantee or you may return it using my return policy for a refund (s.

SIZE: The frame measures 23 inches vertically by 20 1/2 inches horizontally and 7/8 inches deep. The visible portion of the paper on which the art work is drawn measures 18 1/2 by 21 inches. This frame is a nice size for displaying along a wall, over a desk, bureau or among a collage of other memorabilia.

CONDITION: The art work is in very good condition and has no fading or staining. The frame and cover glass are also in very good condition with no major nicks, chips or scratches. The heavy manila card stock on which the drawing was rendered shows that the drawing was probably rolled up before it was framed (horizontal folds) . There are also vertical creases that indicate the heavy paper stock may have been rolled differently before the drawing was rendered. There is probably some oxidation to the paper stock due to age, however the extent of toning of the paper is fairly even and not to much darker than manila paper today. A nice drawing in excellent condition for its age that is both scarce and a unique piece of American history. If the buyer is not completely satisfied, then he or she may return the item for a refund (see our refund policy noted below, certain cost not refunded).

SHIPPING: All mainland US buyers either request a personal quote by emailing your address or pay just $26.50 (requires an oversize box) for well packed, insured USPS Parcel Post (this is an estimated savings of about $3 to $8 since insurance is also INCLUDED in the above quoted amount for all mainland US addresses). Docs Antiques never charges more than it actually costs to ship the item to you and we will refund any excess should you live near us. All international buyers will pay only the exact shipping costs for all verifiable locations outside the continental US mainland (email me your address for a quote). Please note that import duties, taxes and other charges are not included in the item price or shipping costs and these additional charges are the Buyer's responsibility. We do offer a petition for VAT relief on the behalf of the buyer which may help reduce certain import taxes should your country allow such petitions for items over 100 years old. Please check with your country's customs office to determine what these additional costs will be prior to purchasing this item -- thanks.

RETURN POLICY: Satisfaction and peace of mind are guaranteed for all Docs Antiques listings -- please refer directly to our Service Pledge and our Return Policy for full details. And this means that if you are unhappy with your purchase, you may return this item undamaged by sending it back post marked within seven days of receipt for a refund (see terms of sale for full details). Items damaged during shipping are covered by insurance and while this rarely happens because we double box, we will gladly help you file your claim should it ever be necessary (to date, we have had no claims for damage from shipping in over 6 years). Of course, never send an item back that was damaged by shipping since that will void the original insurance. Instead, contact us for help and we will gladly assist.

PAYMENT OPTIONS: We accept checks on US Banks (no temporary checks, all checks must have 9 digit routing code; item ships after check fully clears), USPS money orders, PayPal or contact us with your verified address for more options. If you wish to use a credit card by way of PayPal, that option becomes available after you submit a Ruby Lane purchase order (see Terms of Sale for additional information). Once submitted, a PayPal icon will appear at the bottom of this listing and then you may proceed from there if you wish to pay via PayPal. Thanks for looking and do come back and visit again when you have the time.

Item ID: RL373.a1034nye


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Original Signed Artwork: World War II Caricature titled ‘Jo Anne - Building Morale for the Navy’ dated 1943

Original Signed Artwork: World War II Caricature titled ‘Jo Anne - Building Morale for the Navy’ dated 1943
Original Signed Artwork: World War II Caricature titled ‘Jo Anne - Building Morale for the Navy’ dated 1943
Original Signed Artwork: World War II Caricature titled ‘Jo Anne - Building Morale for the Navy’ dated 1943
Original Signed Artwork: World War II Caricature titled ‘Jo Anne - Building Morale for the Navy’ dated 1943
Original Signed Artwork: World War II Caricature titled ‘Jo Anne - Building Morale for the Navy’ dated 1943
Original Signed Artwork: World War II Caricature titled ‘Jo Anne - Building Morale for the Navy’ dated 1943
Original Signed Artwork: World War II Caricature titled ‘Jo Anne - Building Morale for the Navy’ dated 1943
Original Signed Artwork: World War II Caricature titled ‘Jo Anne - Building Morale for the Navy’ dated 1943
Original Signed Artwork: World War II Caricature titled ‘Jo Anne - Building Morale for the Navy’ dated 1943

This caricature is an original work of art that captures a particular moment in 20th Century history. It is titled `Jo Anne' and has a full body caricature sketch of a smiling young woman with an awe struck young sailor looking on and exclaiming `WOW.' The sketch appears to be done in grease pencils (a crayon-like medium) and is rendered mainly in black with some accents in blue, red and a pinkish-flesh tone. The art work is on heavy card stock or Manila vellum (the one dollar bill in the photo illustrates the size of the framed art). The artist signed his name near the bottom and although it is difficult to read, the name seems to be `Pauolio' over `43' for 1943. This artist apparently worked along Olvera Street in Los Angeles since there is a rubber stamped legend in the lower right hand corner that proclaims: `Souvenir of Olvera St., Los Angeles.

Jo Anne, the subject of the caricature seems to have one of the popular hair styles of the 1940s and is also wearing a very short skirt. And while one could construct a dozen stories to explain the meaning of the drawn scene, I'll leave it up to the buyer to determine what best fits this World War II memorabilia. The heavy stock paper that was used to draw on has vertical creases and less noticeable horizontal light folds probably from rolling the card stock and carrying it home after it was initially acquired. If per chance any one can identify the young lady, the artist or who may have framed this art work, please do drop me an email - thanks.

The drawing is professionally framed and ready to hang. The art work is sealed under glass and the paper backing on its reverse is in good condition with just a few paper fractures right along the edge of the back of the frame due to brittleness over time. . The wood frame itself is either bamboo or made to look like bamboo. It is painted red with black accents to add highlights. The backing paper on the reverse of the frame is stamp by the framer and it states: "From Eddins. Custom Picture Framing in the Plaza behind the Inwood Theatre, 5417 Inwood Plaza, Dixon 7845, Dallas, Texas." The 5 digit phone number starting with Dixon certainly suggests that this caricature was probably framed in the 1940s. A wonderful example of historical street art from 68 years ago that would attract attention and interest in most any setting. And who knows if the back of the card stock used by the artist may have been recycled since war rationing was in effect by 1943. Do not let this art work get away from you (place a purchase order soon, before it is too late). And as always, this WWII Jo Anne caricature also comes with my Docs Antiques `no fault' satisfaction guarantee or you may return it using my return policy for a refund (s.

SIZE: The frame measures 23 inches vertically by 20 1/2 inches horizontally and 7/8 inches deep. The visible portion of the paper on which the art work is drawn measures 18 1/2 by 21 inches. This frame is a nice size for displaying along a wall, over a desk, bureau or among a collage of other memorabilia.

CONDITION: The art work is in very good condition and has no fading or staining. The frame and cover glass are also in very good condition with no major nicks, chips or scratches. The heavy manila card stock on which the drawing was rendered shows that the drawing was probably rolled up before it was framed (horizontal folds) . There are also vertical creases that indicate the heavy paper stock may have been rolled differently before the drawing was rendered. There is probably some oxidation to the paper stock due to age, however the extent of toning of the paper is fairly even and not to much darker than manila paper today. A nice drawing in excellent condition for its age that is both scarce and a unique piece of American history. If the buyer is not completely satisfied, then he or she may return the item for a refund (see our refund policy noted below, certain cost not refunded).

SHIPPING: All mainland US buyers either request a personal quote by emailing your address or pay just $26.50 (requires an oversize box) for well packed, insured USPS Parcel Post (this is an estimated savings of about $3 to $8 since insurance is also INCLUDED in the above quoted amount for all mainland US addresses). Docs Antiques never charges more than it actually costs to ship the item to you and we will refund any excess should you live near us. All international buyers will pay only the exact shipping costs for all verifiable locations outside the continental US mainland (email me your address for a quote). Please note that import duties, taxes and other charges are not included in the item price or shipping costs and these additional charges are the Buyer's responsibility. We do offer a petition for VAT relief on the behalf of the buyer which may help reduce certain import taxes should your country allow such petitions for items over 100 years old. Please check with your country's customs office to determine what these additional costs will be prior to purchasing this item -- thanks.

RETURN POLICY: Satisfaction and peace of mind are guaranteed for all Docs Antiques listings -- please refer directly to our Service Pledge and our Return Policy for full details. And this means that if you are unhappy with your purchase, you may return this item undamaged by sending it back post marked within seven days of receipt for a refund (see terms of sale for full details). Items damaged during shipping are covered by insurance and while this rarely happens because we double box, we will gladly help you file your claim should it ever be necessary (to date, we have had no claims for damage from shipping in over 6 years). Of course, never send an item back that was damaged by shipping since that will void the original insurance. Instead, contact us for help and we will gladly assist.

PAYMENT OPTIONS: We accept checks on US Banks (no temporary checks, all checks must have 9 digit routing code; item ships after check fully clears), USPS money orders, PayPal or contact us with your verified address for more options. If you wish to use a credit card by way of PayPal, that option becomes available after you submit a Ruby Lane purchase order (see Terms of Sale for additional information). Once submitted, a PayPal icon will appear at the bottom of this listing and then you may proceed from there if you wish to pay via PayPal. Thanks for looking and do come back and visit again when you have the time.

Item ID: RL373.a1034nye


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